Thursday, May 10, 2018

Sann Gusmão – Emaranhado (2018)

  • Ambient noise 
  • Guitar ambient 
  • Art music 
  • Musique concrète 
  • Field recording 
  • Epic 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Illbient 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Dark ambient

Comment: imagine there would be such a kind of artist on the stage of Eurovision by poisoning the lousy taste of the present superficial audience. Hiss and microscopic noises coming through very huge loudspeakers would spread everywhere and conquering the senses of the audience on 120 decibels. This could be an apocalyptic, transcendental experience for them by indicating what would happen if they continue live a decayed life. Like standing face to face with the Grim Reaper who moves his scythe like an electric guitar and as a consequence cranking up the decibels. All would be bleeding – their ears, eyes and noses. Through pain and smell of blood they could experience majestic beauty of mixed machinery and lost humanity once generated by heroes. Indeed, this bunch of 9 notches is the ennobling chaos of a managed process. You can enjoy different sonic monoliths over there, at times more abstract, at times more emotions filled soundscapes. All of that sounds fairly in an elemental way. With regard to Portugal, it is the case indeed, because the artist comes out of Portugal and is a part of the discography of a Portuguese imprint, Enoughrecords. For sure, one of the most impressive and consistent and multi-layered issues in 2018 so far.
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